Dairy free food with tomato
Calabrian tuna with sieved tomatoesMeaty tuna—we recommend fresh, but jarred also works—stands up to the bold, chili-infused tomato sauce. Pro tip: Moderate the heat on your pan as noted below to reach proper sear when needed (for protein) and gentle heat when needed (for aromatics).
Pork tenderloin with tomato pureeThe rich, deep flavor of the sauce is courtesy of a red wine braise and tomato paste, which infuses the sauce with the illusion that it spent all day simmering on the stovetop, though it takes just half an hour. A full-bodied red wine that’s not too tannic works best here.
Potato gnocchi with spicy tomato sauce*Recipe adapted from “How to Eataly: A Guide to Cooking, Buying, and Eating Italian Food”, by Oscar Farinetti. The delightfully light texture of handmade gnocchi is so far superior to storebought, the extra time and effort is well worth it.
Mussels fra diavolo with chopped tomatoesMussels Fra Diavolo is a classic seafood dish that is simple yet elegant. Crushed red chili flakes give the dish its fiery reputation. As the mussels cook, they open and release their natural juices, adding to the rich flavor of the tomato broth. Reducing the tomato and wine mixture before adding the mussels will ensure
Chicken with artichokes and tomatoesDeeply browned chicken thigh meat is accompanied by salty ham, richly flavored artichokes, and sweet carrots and onions in this phenomenal weeknight dinner whose sophistication belies its simplicity. The wine, canned chopped tomatoes, and a delicate zest of lemon bring it all together for a satisfying meal that works equally well on its own, or